Bob Fabris compiled these 21 examples of programs running on the Bally Arcade onto video in 1980. The video is roughly edited (it would probably be considered fairly edited for its time). It is shown here as Bob originally showed it at (I think) a computer show in 1980. The video's pace is slow, but worth watching, as it shows what Bob believed to be top-notch (mostly) BASIC programs that would promote the Bally Arcade and his Arcadian newsletter (where many of these programs were first published).
This statement is at the end of the video, "All of this tape was produced using material provided by or to subscribers of the Arcadian, a newsletter devoted to the Bally machine and its uses. (C) Robert Fabris, 1980."
Here are the contents of this video in order or appearance:
00:07 - 3 Tone Music [Star Wars Theme] (Brett Bilbrey, Bob Fabris Tape Collection, 1980) 00:32 - [Arcadian] Logo (by Guy McLimore, Arcadian, November 1979) 01:19 - Giant Letters [Arcadian 2x Size] (Glenn Pogue, Arcadian, May 1979) 01:36 - Checkers (John Collins, Arcadian, May 1979) 03:17 - Bally Chess Board - (Collins Computer Company, Tape, July 1979) 05:05 - Bangman (Ernie Sams, Arcadian, June 1979) 06:13 - Jesu Joy of Man's Desiring by Johann Sebastian Bach (George Moses, Tape, October 1980) 07:17 - Bio-Rhythms (by Dave Walter, Arcadian, March 1980) 08:23 - Zappit (Roger Swearington, Arcadian, January 1980) 10:20 - Bowl-A-Rama (Bob Hensel, Arcadian, April 1980) 12:30 - Lunar Lander (Bally Manufacturing Corp. Tape, 1978) 12:58 - Rainbow (Ver. 2) (Larry Hanson, EPROM in Bob Fabris Collection, 1979/1980) 15:19 - Star Example (Larry Hanson, Printed Listing in Bob Fabris Collection, 1979/1980) 15:53 - Color BASIC (Larry Hanson, EPROM from Bob Fabris Collection, 1979/1980)[Hack of Bally BASIC] 16:07 - Color Bars (Larry Hanson, Printed Listing in Bob Fabris Collection, 1979/1980) 16:41 - Color Example (Larry Hanson, Printed Listing in Bob Fabris Collection, 1979/1980) 17:04 - Color Dots (Larry Hanson, Printed Listing in Bob Fabris Collection, 1979/1980) 17:37 - 2000 AD (Ed Larkin, Arcadian, March 1980) 20:38 - Memory Display (Chuck Thomka, Arcadian, July 1979) 21:29 - "Color BASIC Has 32 Colors" - (Larry Hanson, Printed Listing in Bob Fabris Collection, 1979/1980) 21:47 - Chopsticks (This MIGHT be Fred Cornett, Cursor, March 1980)
All of these programs are archived on BallyAlley.com. They can each be loaded onto a real Bally Arcade/Astrocade and used. Some of these program, notably Color BASIC, are cartridges and can also be used easily using the Astrocade emulator in MAME.